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Equipping Your Home Recording Studio - A free download from Audio Masterclass

An Introduction to Compression: Basic Compression - A free download from Audio Masterclass

An Introduction to Equalization - A free download from Audio Masterclass

Music production

Q: Should I use a mixer as a preamp before recording into my DAW?

How much fun is THIS GUY having?

"The Teaser!" by Laids Cretins des Alpes

The Roland V-Piano Grand - will it put Steinway out of business?

As a producer, what should you really worry about in your work?

Microphones - will we always hook them up to a preamplifier?

ATK Audiotek Implements New System Design Strategy with Powersoft Amplifiers

Mixing: Where to start? - The drum kit?

Can you use the classic AKG C451 on snare drum?

Digitech Vocal Harmony Processors (part 6)

Pros and cons.

Studio 5000 Pros

  • A wide range of good quality effects

Cons

  • Rubbery feel to the keys, no positive click

Summary

  • An upmarket multi-effects units with harmony processing too.

Studio Vocalist Pros

  • Good layout of controls
  • Easy to use considering what it can do
  • Offers a new palette of sounds

Cons

  • It's unique, so none

Summary

  • Not so much a pitch shifter, more an instant creator of vocal arrangements.
By David Mellor Thursday January 1, 2004